... pain control specialist I am going to has decided I need to be off of it.I am having a great deal of side effects I am trying to cope with.Does anyone know the safest procedure for withdrawing from this??
MS Contin is a time-released medication and it will require a taper down for sure. If you're really going to taper down it would easier to do with an instant-release medication like percocet or hydrocodone. That's just my opinion. I don't think the dr would have a problem with that if you're actually tapering down. I would ask for sure.
The Thomas Recipe has proven to be effective lessening the w/d symptoms associated with opiate detox. Here is the link. Check it out it works.
I CAN NOT RECOMMEND A PLAN UNLESS YOU HAVE A PLACE TO GO.
I GOT OFF BEFORE BY GOING THROUGH WITH DRAWLS AND FOUND OUT AFTER A COUPLE WEEKS OF BEING DRUG FREE THAT PAIN IS STILL FUCKING PAIN AND IT DRIVES YOU CRAZY.
I ONLY WAS ABLE TO MANAGE MY PAIN AND IMPROVE MY QUALITY OF LIFE WITH SMALLER DOSES OF REGULAR RELEASE MORPHINE COMBINED WITH A HIGH GRADE MARIJUANA SUPPLEMENT.
I WAS USING 150-210 mg A DAY AND AM NOW AFTER ONLY 6 MONTHS AT 60-90 mg DEPENDING ON PAIN LEVELS.
- Morphine Information for Consumers
- Morphine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Morphine (detailed)
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